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Monday, March 23, 2009

I smell good :)

A couple of days ago David complimented me on my perfume. But I don't wear perfume, so the only thing I could figure was he liked my deoderant. So, since I'm not the kind of person to keep a good thing to myself, I thought I would pass along my sweet-smelling secret. Only, it's not Secret. It's Suave Tropical Paradise.

It smells like summer. (The Sweet Pea scent is good, too.)

What are your favorite toiletry products?

3 comments:

Kami said...

I have a good smelling deoderant too. It's strange though because it's 'powder fresh' but when I wear it it smells like watermelon jolly ranchers. Haha. Strange huh?

MiandMiksmom said...

I think I will try this one...sounds "summery"!!!

As for your camping post...Jessi, why in the world didn't we camp together while I was there??? I have turned at least two NON-CAMPERS into complete campers in Georgia. First, take the girls two minutes down the road to camp on Lake Lanier...one of the pay as you enter, already have firepits and leveled off spaces for tents campgrounds. We always went down past Cornerstone School...until the road ends, make a left and you are there (I can't remember the name...Bethel something).

There is a beach that the girls can play on so bring sand toys and bathing suits. For dinner we started bringing our little grill to throw hamburgers on. But if you want to, throw chicken or burgers into aluminum foil with potatoes and other vegies and just throw them right into the fire. Bring the stuff for s'mores and plenty of water and WIPES and you are good. We always bring one separate cooler for breakfast (eggs, hashbrowns, bacon) and a little camp stove, but if you pick up a dozen donuts and OJ, everyone will be happy!

We bring flashlights for everyone...makes flashlight tag SO MUCH fun. I pack their toothbrush and pj's into their pillow cases and bring an extra pair of clothes and two pairs of socks for every day that we stay. Oh, and don't forget flip flops...they need tennis shoes for the most part, but when they are making a quick trip out of the tent, flip flops are a must.

I could go on and on...I wish we were there to go with you!!!!

Elaine said...

THans for the hint, now I know what to get next time.